Sichuan Normal University, Sichuan, China, 610066
According to the analysis of a sample of Korean students, most of them tend to pronounce the lingual consonant “l” or the lingual nasal consonant “n” when learning the lingual back fricative “r” in Chinese due to the interference and influence of the learner's native phonological system, and this error also varies according to the geographical differences between the North and South of Korea.
Korean students; Pronunciation
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